The Low Tox Project

Blogs and Websites

Interested in topical blogs and websites – some links below
  • Low Tox Living
  • Low Tox Mind
  • The Enviroment
  • Your Home
  • Your Health
Low Tox Living

Hello Charlie Cheat Sheets: Hello Charlie's famous cheat sheets are shared on their Hello Living blog.

EWG – Environmental Working Group| EWG empowers people to live healthier lives in a healthier environment. With breakthrough research and education, we drive consumer choice and civic action.

EWG – Skin Deep Database: EWG's Skin Deep® database gives you practical solutions to protect yourself and your family from everyday exposures to chemicals in personal care products

Low Tox Life: The Low Tox Life provides real support for real people wanting to make better choices for their health and our planet


Low Tox Mind

Smiling Mind: Equipping young people with the integral skills they need to thrive in life. Mindfulness app and resources

Five Finger Breathing | a simple guided breathing exercise for kids: a super simple breathing exercise that you can teach to the children or young people in your care (or that you can use yourself)

The Enviroment

1 Million Women: We are women and girls from every corner of the planet building a lifestyle revolution to fight the climate crisis. We need you. Will you join the movement?

The Rogue Ginger: Zero waste and plastic free blog by author Erin Rhoads, sharing eco living tips on how we can all make a big difference by throwing away less.

Your Home

Nicole Bijlsma: Will show you how your home affects your health and the simple steps to create a healthy, low allergy home. A happy, healthy life is everybody's right

My Chemical Free House: guide you through the creation, renovation or redecoration of a chemical-free, VOC-free, mold-free house suitable for the environmentally sensitive.

Your Health


Toxic Mould Support Australia: Our mission is to raise awareness throughout Australia and New Zealand of chronic inflammatory response syndrome (CIRS), aka Mould illness, as well as other biotoxin illnesses, and to provide support to patients.

Surviving Mould: a partnership between Dr. Shoemaker and one family who has been on the journey resulting from exposure and illness due to a water damaged building